When you create a SOAP web service, you create a web service object in the repository. You can create a SOAP web service from a WSDL data object or you can manually create a SOAP web service. Each SOAP web service can have one or more operations.
When you create a SOAP web service from a WSDL data object, you choose the operations that you want to include in the web service from the WSDL data object. Each operation can use a SOAP 1.1 binding or a SOAP 1.2 binding but not both.
When you manually create a web service, you create operations and define the elements of the operation input, operation output, and operation faults for each operation. You can use a reusable object to define the elements of the operation input and operation output for an operation.
A web service object has an
view and a
view. You can create and configure operations in the
view. You can view the WSDL file content in the
After you create a web service, configure the operation mapping for each operation. You can optionally add operations to the web service.